Furthur Live at Fox Theater on 2009-09-18
- Official Soundboard
Phil & Bob Jam>
The Other One>
The Music Never Stopped//
Let It Grow
Saint of Circumstance
Fire on the Mountain
Not Fade Away
Touch of Grey
-- Thanks to all those involved for getting these out.
-- The end of Music is clipped - missing @ 3 minutes.
-- The very end of Fire is clipped - missing maybe 10 seconds
-- A few minor tracking issues remain, but nothing major.
Phil Lesh - Bass
Bob Weir - Rhythm Guitar
Jeff Chimenti - Keys
John Kadlecik - Lead Guitar
Jay Lane - Drums
Joe Russo - Drums
- Oakland, CA
- Run time
- Fox Theater
Subject: ...and the band keeps playin' on the ELEVEN
Furthurite in Seattle 3/5/10 now in Boston 11/11/11 - Furthur's first Eleven
Subject: love of the music
Subject: FURTHUR & BEYOND
For the sake of arguement, imagine you are a classical music afficienado. Would you attend Carnegie Hall to hear Beethoven, only to complain it wasn't "good enough" because HE wasn't there? With all the dreck that passes for music these days , can you not find it to be WONDERFUL that these folks are STILL bringing these AWESOME tunes to us? Please "don't dominate the rap Jack, if you've got nothing new to say"
Subject: to all haters
seems some people comment here to hate just cuz.
listen to it!! hear the inner ping!!
or go away :)
Subject: nice & tight
Subject: not much energy
I ask that people that write review please consider NOT instantly rating 5 starts just because it was "listenable". Go out there and listen to some classic show and see if the one you are rating truly deserves all 5 stars... A 3 star show is still good it just don't bite your head off!
Subject: Just a bit more
Subject: definitely further...
The show has great sound and energy. Thanks for posting this. I feel so lucky to get to listen to this free!
Subject: Inspiration Move Me Brightly
Subject: Response to Lovehaight:
Subject: It's like this........
Subject: The boys are back...
The second set here is really a treat. Love it, beginning with Scarlet all the way through. Absolutely terrific St. Stephen>Eleven in my opinion.
Life is now. Thanks to Furthur for making me smile, smile, smile.
Subject: Highway Snobbery
Subject: You may need to hang it up loveHATE
Subject: Soundboard Copies
For the person ranting about having to listen to this or any shows only on their computer, there is an easy way to get the files permanantly.....
1) Play the show on your computer using whatever program you wish..I use Windows Media Player as it is easy to use...
2)Once you play the show, it will show up in your temporary internet files as an mp3 file.. look for it in the temporary folder file and you will see the files. Usually they will show up as a group together in one place as mp3 files with the name of the show.
3) Copy the files and then paste them into a folder which you will make somewhere on your computer..I have a "My Music" file on my hard drive. (You can make the folder ahead of time prior to downloading the temp files...does not matter). To copy files press left side mouse button just to the right upper corner of the files and holding left mouse button down, drag diagonally down to the right bottom of files and they will be highlighted. Then Click right side mouse on these highlighted files and hit copy. They are in your copy memory.. then go to your folder you made...right click and hit "paste". Boom...You have the show. (It is OK to grab other files when copying..just paste them along with the music files and then erase them once you have pasted in your folder..won't hurt anything to erase these "copied" files). I am by no means a computer geek, but this is the simplist way I have found to get files. I hope I am not breaking any laws with this. I use these files for my listening only, since my kids like hip hop and my wife couldn't care less.
Subject: love/height or just an ass?
Subject: Boy howdy!
Subject: Whats Not to like
Subject: Guess We all can't have our heads up our @$$
Wow Love DSO & John & Of course the Boys...
Can't wait for the East Coast shows...
I found these shows to be a great addition to the GD body of work that for me has never stopped being inspirational to everything else in my life....
Love that they've posted this board... Nice Crispy Board...
For all those who want this show I suggest getting
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Subject: lovehaight has it all wrong
Of course Jerry is gone and I miss him as much as anyone.
But the previous reviewer's (lovehaight) negativity is not appropriate. Essentially he/she is arguing that Phil and Bobby can't play GD songs anymore, because *no one* is Jerry.
That is BS. P&F, for example, has done great work. The fact that Jerry is gone is a fact, but doesn't prevent the songs from living on.
As far as FURTHUR, these were great shows. Bobby was in a great voice, his guitar playing was precise and economical, and Phil was truly amazing. I think Phil has done great work with his band over the years, but my sense of these shows was that Phil was liberated by not having to play the role of band leader.
The rest of the band was superb, too. Chimenti is a really super keyboard player who sounded better and better each of the three nights, the drummers were tasteful and played the songs at the proper tempos, and what you called JK's "aping" of JG meant that the songs tended to hang together well because the guitar parts did what they were supposed to do, so Bobby and Phil weren't constantly getting distracted by someone who doesn't know the songs. Actually I liked JK a lot and think he sounds great on these tapes.
So the one * rating that reviewer offered is also BS. Its also unfair and misleading to people who just look at the summary ratings.
Subject: Great show
Subject: amazing first night
as for buddy who cant download on stream only...there is downloadable versions around...on bt.etree.org
Theres so much i could say, but im gonna try n keep it short. i think having JK was a grate idea, many people have mixed feelings...and i can see why they would but i still believe he was an excellent choice. reasons i'll explain another time.
enjoy the show...hopefully they release a complete DSBD copy!
cant wait for the next two nights!
Subject: stream only = silly policy
Subject: Great Stuff
And as for why must Bob do it this way? Because Bob *MUST*. Enough said. :-)
Wonderful idea bringing the DSO guitarist on board. And kudos to the band for the multiple decades of wonderful musical iterations I have had the pleasure to enjoy.
Strangers stopping strangers, just to shake their hands. Jerry Be.
Subject: real deal
Subject: Driftin' & dreamin' still
I think it is fair to say that 2009 is wrapping up to be a rennaisance year for the GD song book and the new musical relationship of Booby and Phil, it just seems to be getting better and better and the year is far from over.
I for one support John joining the mix and wish him the best.The music just seems to flow much more naturally too.
The first set has some memorable moments, I really like the Wheel and Jack Straw, but things really take off at Let It Grow. Once JK settles into his tone he really spins a spectatular version, reminscent of a late 80's version.
Set two contines in this '80's mind set with a stunning Lost Sailor> Saint of Cirmcumstance that was much better than the one I saw in Nassua.Then to follow it up with a incredible Althea, the ending is off the charts, which is a mind blower.
Scarlet is easily on of the best in years,although that one in Worcester was very close, Phil is so passionate on it. He evens teases a GDTRFB at the end. The Fire is also nice, short by most standards, but really well played.
The Eleven is also incredible and the Terrapin is beautiful. They end it by going old school and every one at the Fox even sang too
A very auspicious begining for this new group.
See ya in December
Subject: The Real Deal
This is the real deal.
I've never been more ready to take it furthur.